You Are Not Alone
If you or someone you know is having trouble overcoming the burdens of war, is in emotional distress or in a suicidal crisis, please pick up the phone and call our Honor & Courage Hotline.
Asking for help or support is not a sign of weakness…it’s a sign of strength.
Honor & Courage volunteers are not professional counselors or psychotherapists. They are caring case managers and wounded warrior mentors who have been trained in the art of listening and empathy. Just having someone to talk to that isn’t family or friends can be a tremendous help. You don’t have to be suicidal to get in touch.
The Hotline is available 24/7 to any era Veteran, service member, family member or caregiver as well as all Law Enforcement Officers, Fire Fighters and First Responders. Please note if you are unable to reach someone during normal business hours or after-hours, please leave your message with the answering service. The on-call case manager will call you back shortly. Text messages are also received at 267-210-6956.
You can also email our Honor & Courage line at email@example.com
Now the Legal Stuff:
Honor & Courage Hotline Terms & Conditions
USE OF THIS SERVICE IS BOUND BY THIS TERMS AND CONDITIONS Please read the following statement before using this service. By using the Honor & Courage hotline, which is operated by Operation Ward 57 you agree to the terms described below. If you don’t agree to the terms, you may not use this service.
Modification of the Terms, Conditions and Privacy Statement
This statement may be modified from time to time. Any changes will be effective immediately upon posting. Each time you access this service are acknowledging that you agree to the modified terms to use this service. Nature and Use of Information Provided through This Service YOUR PARTICIPATION IN THE HONOR & COURAGE HOTLINE DOES NOT CONSTITUTE MENTAL HEALTH CARE OR TREATMENT AND DOES NOT CONSTITUTE AN ATTORNEY-CLIENT RELATIONSHIP, A THERAPIST-PATIENT RELATIONSHIP OR ANY OTHER SORT OF CONFIDENTIAL RELATIONSHIP. THIS SERVICE IS NOT A SUBSTITUTE FOR PROFESSIONAL HEALTH CARE. IF YOU BELIEVE YOU ARE EXPERIENCING A MEDICAL EMERGENCY, CALL YOUR DOCTOR OR 911 IMMEDIATELY. Operation Ward 57 and any of their employees, volunteers or agents are not responsible for any decisions, or results of the decisions that you make while, as a result of, or after participating in the hotline. This includes whether you choose to seek or not seek professional care, or to modify or terminate specific treatment that you are currently receiving based on the information provided by this service. You assume all risk for use of this service. Operation Ward 57 and any of their employees, volunteers, or agents have no liability for actions taken by you or a third party, or not taken by you or a third party, and you agree to indemnify us and hold us harmless for damages arising out of information provided through this service. Without limiting the foregoing, in no event shall Operation Ward 57 be liable for any special, incidental, consequential, or indirect damages. This service is provided on an “as is” basis and “as available” basis. Operation Ward 57 expressly disclaim all warranties of any kind, whether express or implied and make no warranty that the Honor & Courage Hotline will a) meet your requirements; b) be uninterrupted, timely, confidential, secure, or error-free; or c) meet your expectations.
Privacy and Security
We take your privacy and security very seriously. Any information provided by you or collected on you will not be shared or disclosed with any third party without your prior permission or with a signed release of information. We do, however, reserve the right to disclose any personal information to the authorities at our sole discretion and as required by law.